If you’re afraid of heights, you better quit this story before it gives you a phobia that would refrain you from reading our stories; because that will hurt us. The video, that was shared by a thriller seeker online, is everything close to dangerous and viral on the web.
In the video, one can see a tourist posing on the edge of a 3,000-foot mountain near Rio de Janeiro. And as the video recorder shifts the camera to get the view of the vicinity, our heart skips a beat seeing the buildings below that look like blocks of plastic toys from the mountain height.
The woman, for facts, is posing at the edge of a 2,769-foot cliff on Pedra da Gavea, Brazil.
According to the tourism website Visit Brazil, Pedra da Gavea is the world’s biggest coastline monolith. “Visitors can reach the top of the monolith after a hard and demanding trek of approximately 3 hours… Climbing Pedra da Gavea is only for experienced trekkers,” the website warns.
One of the coolest fucking things I’ve ever done! Pedra da Gavea in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. pic.twitter.com/5M6Cdl4FOu— The Last King of Ireland (@Tha_Irishman) February 16, 2020
I got anxiety just watching this.— SARAH 💋 (@sarah_got_cake) February 16, 2020
It’s an attraction for visiting hipsters and thrill seekers.— Rich (@Richard09999606) February 16, 2020
An all-too-common sight. pic.twitter.com/PLfk5fB8Yr
That makes the bottoms of my feet tickle — like I was about to slip and fall. I agree. No way.— GP (@gpswenson) February 16, 2020
My hands instantly started to sweat. pic.twitter.com/dqXLM1Wp33— Kman (@FSUkristopher) February 16, 2020
I literally stop breathing just seeing her take another move on the edge! 😮 pic.twitter.com/j7NgvVPZUa— Henry T. Contreras (@HenryTContreras) February 16, 2020